By the Numbers: Hurricane Ian’s wrath

A look at the numbers behind the massive storm as it makes its landfall and moves across Florida.
1:12 | 09/29/22

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 COMMITMENT TO GROUNDBREAKING REPORTING AND INNOVATION ON ABC NEWS.COM. HERE IS TO EVERYTHING AHEAD. >> WELCOME BACK, HURRICANE THREATENS TO BE ONE OF THE MOST DAMAGING STORMS U.S. HAS SEEN. HERE IS A LOOK AT IAN BY THE NUMBERS. 305, IAN MADE LANDFALL NEAR FLORIDA WITH 150 MILE PER HOUR SUSTAINED WINDS. THAT IS THE EXACT SAME POINT WHERE HURRICANE CHARLIE MADE LANDFALL BACK IN 2004. STORM SURGE UP TO 18 FEET IT IS POSSIBLE IN COASTAL AREAS AND UP TO 24 INCHES OF RAIN COULD FALL IN CENTRAL NORTHEASTERN FLORIDA AS THE STORM SLOWS DOWN AND MOVES ACROSS THE STATE, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OFFICIALS ARE WARNING THE WIND SURGE RAIN TRIFECTA COULD EQUAL CATASTROPHIC DAMAGE IN SOME AREAS. MORE THAN 1 MILLION FLORIDIANS ARE ALREADY WITHOUT POWER, SHORTLY AFTER LANDFALL. 58 SCHOOL DISTRICTS IN THE SCHOOL DISTRICT ARE CLOSED. MILLIONS WERE TOLD TO EVACUATE THE STATE OPEN 176 SHELTERS, NEARLY 400 AMBULANCES, BUSES, AND SUPPORT VEHICLES HAVE BEEN MOBILIZED TO THE AREA TO ASSIST WITH EMERGENCY CALLS AND 600 SEARCH AND RESCUE EXPERTS ARE PREPARING FOR THE WORST. AS WE HAVE BEEN REPORTING HERE ON ABC NEWS LIVE ALL

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